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CC v3.26.1888

Vista 32bit

During cleaning, CC reaches about 42% on Wipe MFT Free Space then sticks at that level. If I leave it for several hours it might reach 100% then go on to Wipe Free Space. Any ideas?

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How much free space do you have? How large is your drive?

You could also try the latest version of CCleaner which is 3.27.1900 at the moment.

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The drive is 266GB

 

I have tried the latest update but nothing seems to have changed.

 

The green strip at the top of the page shows 98% and the Wipe MFT Free Space still sticks eg at 42%. I have noticed the MFT % indicator to flicker eg it may reach 28% then change back to 15% then immediately back to 28% again.

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Please run debug mode and attach the log to this thread.

Do you have anything in the windows event log that may give us some help here?

is this a secondary drive or your system one

Edited by Nergal

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Hi

I'v tried to run the debug mode but without success. When I run "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe" /debug I get the normal CCleaner screen with a box saying "No update available". There is no mention of debug on the screen. The drive is the normal system drive.

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there will be no mention of debug

it will check for updates

run ccleaner let it freeze

crash ccleaner (kill process via task manager)

post created log to this thread

 

hope that helps :)

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Attached is a redacted version of the debug log. Ccleaner ran for about an hour and had reached Wipe MFT Free Space (43%). Hope I have not redacted something useful. Thanks for your interest Nergal

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Starting a new thread helps too. There's not much from almost five years ago that's relevant now.

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